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Peter Hitchens I: The West’s Destruction From The Left’s Self-Righteous Ideas

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Peter Hitchens is a British journalist, author and broadcaster. He currently writes for the Mail on Sunday and brings a singular perspective on many issues facing contemporary society. He and John discuss some of them here, including the breakdown in trust we are witnessing, his experiences in the Soviet Union, conservatism and more.

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David Robertson
David Robertson
December 28, 2020

Peter is correct in his radical pessimism as regards this present world order. However as a Christian he believes in an eschatology which apparently denies the coming Kingdom of God, which is righteousness joy and peace in the Holy Spirit. Jesus asked, “when the Son of Man comes will He find faith in the world?” That event is the hope we have as Christians. Not Heaven but Heaven on Earth. It is clear that this is the next big thing on God’s Calendar. It is at the door.

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Reply to  David Robertson
December 28, 2020

Yes, I agree with all that you say, but would point out the vigilance needed for ‘the thief in the night’ because ‘you know not at what time he cometh.’
Might some of us have already been robbed or have missed Him whilst asleep?

David Robertson
David Robertson
December 28, 2020

Peter is correct in his radical pessimism as regards this present world order, which includes the present Christian institutional Church. Known in scripture as Mystery Babylon, it has been disintegrating by Divine Decree since 2007/8. We are now in the final chapter when the wicked spiritual powers have been removed from their positions of authority in Heaven and have come down to the Earth to assist their servants in this realm to resist their own removal, However as a Christian it seems he still believes in the eschatology embraced by the institutional Christian Church that effectively denies the coming Kingdom… Read more »

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